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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by zebrastripes, Nov 15, 2007.
i know what you mean.
i'm supposed to be doing a risk assessment for a school that were taking to chill factor on wednesday as part of our coursework
Gaelic society... from what period of time... ? Celtic, pre Roman, Roman..etc?
I used to hate those random sorta history questions...
That sounds worse than history
.......here we go
u not got your award yet??
I'm just interested.. I did ancient history and archaeology at a level..
Shut up leave me alone... I'm going to eat chocolate
Omg,I wish I could do archaeology & ancient history.instead of an absolutely dire history course about the idioic little province i live in
OGG... agreed... 1600's what a load of poop that was
Nah you won't... I thought the same thing when I was doing my degree and I couldn't get my head around Corporate Stratagy... (Don't ask... just accept that I didn't get it)... I only passed the module by the skin of my teeth and it brought my overall grade down from a first to a 2:1 but it was OK in the end...
If you have to repeat it you have to repeat it... I had to repeat my maths A level because I was out partying all the time.. (no special circumstances there ) but it was good because the second time around I was much more dedicated.
I've just brought a nice flat with my husband too.. and to think I was living in a council flat in London with no prospects 6 years ago.... You never know what around the corner.. you can only try your best.
Thanks for the encouragement.I know I'll get there in the end,but it's at times like these (homework time basically) that I get all "Aaah I'm going to fail life"
And talking about repeating maths I have to repeat my maths GCSE in June.For the third time.It was the only GCSE I failes,but I failed spectacularly.Like,20% overall mark spectacularly
well big up u for even contemplating doing a course!
gosh i thought a levels were hard enough as it is- now i hav a baby i couldnt imagine tryna fit in education too- well done!
Lol i remember learning about the plantations for gcse and thought it was quite interesting. At uni I took a module in 18th century Irish history and spent most of it in a daze
But yeah fair play to you doing a levels with a baby - I'm doing a fairly easy home learning course at the mo to keep me occupied and it's almost impossible with my baby brain!
Have a few beers and it will make sense after a while
It MUST help....I passed my A levels
Er... what? Sorry I'm crap at history
However, if you need any help with Maths I'm the person to ask